Magnesium

Magnesium

Magnesium is found in relatively low quantities in the body: around 20-30g. But it is used in a variety of processes such as energy-producing metabolic reactions in which ATP and ADP are involved. Magnesium also helps regulate the normal function of the central nervous system. As an antagonist of calcium, magnesium prevents the overload of calcium in the cell mitochondria, a vital mechanism for the heart muscle. Along with calcium and phosphorus, magnesium plays a role in the formation of bones and teeth.

 

 

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